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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Sarah Everard: Human remains found in hunt for missing 33-year-old, says Met Police Commissioner” – below is their description.
A serving Metropolitan Police officer has been arrested on suspicion of murdering missing Sarah Everard as Scotland Yard confirmed that human remains had been found in woodland in Kent.
The discovery of as yet unidentified human remains in woodland in Ashford in Kent was announced by Cressida Dick, the Met Police Commissioner.
During a media briefing, she said the news that a serving police officer was arrested on suspicion of Miss Everard’s murder “has sent waves of shock and anger through the public and through the whole of the Met”.
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